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Crossing Paths with State

While most students were busy celebrating Halloween weekend, Grady Davis and Jordyn Nyenhuis, both first time state qualifiers, headed up to Wisconsin Rapids to run at the WIAA state cross country meet on October 27th. Davis’ journey to get to this point was most definitely not an easy one. Being a junior, he has now done cross country for three years, being on varsity ever since he was a fr…

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